No matter what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tries to do and achieve at Manchester United, it would seem that enough is far from actually being enough.
Of course, results are going to always play a major role in determining whether a manager is the right man for the job as that is what they are firmly based on, although the club legend has helped in a number of different ways since being put in the hotseat at Old Trafford.
He has helped to bring an identity back to the club this summer with the transfer acquisitions he made, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane all arriving in the summer, whilst he has turned the team into a competitive force.
That is, when they actually can get going and decide to play on the day.
Unfortunately for Solskjaer, that has happened far too infrequently recently and their 1-1 draw with Everton ahead of the international break was clear evidence that things are not going to plan at Old Trafford.
Although Anthony Martial finally managed to find the back of the net, they were pegged back by a well-worked Andros Townsend goal that should have been cut out in the middle of the park.
That result meant that the Red Devils have only managed two wins in their last five matches across all competitions, making them a concerning bet choice when looking at the available betting markets at sportweddenschappen24.net, and has led to criticism from all areas.
According to a report by The Daily Telegraph, there are thought to be five players who are ‘unhappy’ in the team at the moment which does not help matters at the club.
It is claimed that both Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba are unhappy with the current situation under the manager, with both of them having been spotted heading straight down the tunnel at the conclusion of the 1-1 draw.
Additionally, David de Gea was also said to have been furious with what had happened in the game at full-time and has shared that anger with his teammates.
Jadon Sancho and Donny van de Beek are the other two players to have been named, although that perhaps does not come as a surprise.
Both have had to sit it out on the bench under Solskjaer. The England intentional – who Gareth Southgate essentially revealed was lucky to get in his team – has been playing out of position when he has been afforded minutes and has not been able to get going.
And, we all know about the Dutchman’s woes at Old Trafford, so we won’t go there.